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At this year's Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC), it was revealed that Redmond would be releasing Microsoft Office Web Applications. Microsoft Office Web Applications will be a  new service that will allow creating, editing, collaborating, and sharing documents using the web. According to a Microsoft run blog, Office Web Applications will work on Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer, on multiple platforms including Linux.
 
It will be interesting to if Microsoft provides a free version of the Office Web Applications considering the availability of Google Docs. Office Web Applications can be expected in the next version of Microsoft Office - Office 14.
 
For those on 'alternative' platforms, will you support the new Office Web Applications?
 
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08-11-2008, 23:08:48

Kerotan
I've just been offered an 8800GT [I'm pretty sure it's the 512MB version, but could be 256] for £40 which I would be getting off my mate at uni when he goes home at Xmas.

Is it worth it upgrading from my 7900GS 256 which I run with a nice little OC when gaming of:
[IMG]http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/08/11/08/4f2.png[/IMG]

(Got the Akasa Vortexx Neo strapped on keeping everything cool, so temps don't go above 50 on load at this time of year)
[IMG]http://i235.photobucket.com/albums/ee120/to_kerotan/7900GS/th_DSCN0549.jpg[/IMG]

or should I just wait till I can afford something like a 4850? The 7900 is capable in most Source games, but I have to play with most settings down in TF2, so I'm thinking Left4Dead would crawl with any detail. Would the GT do ok in Mafia II/GTAIV?

09-11-2008, 07:09:34

Rastalovich
£40 for a 512 8800GT is pretty good. Dont think I'd bother with 256 considering what u already have. I mean sure u get dx10, but still 256m for gfx.

09-11-2008, 11:58:17

The Sorcerer
Ati 4850 does own 8800gt easily. The purchase come down to this- are you playing dx10 games now? If you want to wait for 4850, how long can you wait? I have upgraded from ati x1650 and waited till vista was actually usable. Then came 8800gt, thought of waiting for a month's time- ati started to pwn nvidia. Hence I bought palit 4870 1gb ddr5 dual sonic- and its excellent.
or
You can wait till your card has really outlasted its usefulness.

09-11-2008, 17:08:53

Rastalovich
@ £40, for me, I feel his 8800GT prawns the 4850 - no ?

09-11-2008, 17:24:55

Bungral

@ £40, for me, I feel his 8800GT prawns the 4850 - no ?



Agreed 100%.

Even if he found in a few months it didn't have enough power, he could probably sell it at a profit.

09-11-2008, 18:07:47

kataras
For 40quid that is a steal right there ;)

11-11-2008, 02:33:45

jasonelmore
yeah thats a good price for a 8800 GT.. your gonna see a pretty significant difference in games and now that you'll be able to run Direct X 10 your games are going to look a lot better.. Plus you'll have Physix and CUDA support not to mention Pure Video for HD Video Decoding.. You cant Lose.. i love mine.. I just got a 280GTX but i still have my 8800 GT for folding

07-12-2008, 15:11:54

Kerotan
Just so people know, I did get the card, but unfortunately when I put it in I figured out pretty quickly that it was 256MB.

The good news is that the guy I got it from is a pretty top bloke so he said I could just use it in my system for free until I had enough cash for an upgrade!!! He said it was his mistake as he did think it was 512.

It's a nice upgrade from my 7900, TF2 for example runs much smoother, but I can't help thinking that the GT is a bit crippled by the framebuffer, as even at 1440*900 I can't really use more than 4*AA in most of my games when the action heats up, which is what I had it on before.

Still for free, can't complain I guess :D
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